distributed logic programming

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Distributed Logic Programming definition

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(DLP) A logic programming language similar to Prolog, combined with parallel object orientation similar to POOL. DLP supports distributed backtracking over the results of a rendezvous between objects. Multi-threaded objects have autonomous activity and may simultaneously evaluate method calls.
["DLP: A Language for Distributed Logic Programming", A. Eliens, Wiley 1992].
(1996-01-07)
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